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R. P. MURDOCK, business Manager.
Hat the ljirgnl Circulation at any Dr.il) I'ajicr
in Southwestern Kanxax,
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All transit-lit aiht-rtitu-nit-nt-) iiu.t lie- paM fur
IMcrtii tn the I'otlajfier it ll'hhita, t xrcund
flatt matter, tii.il intend to trantitiun thiowjh the
mailx ax xutti
RAILROAD TIME TAULLS.
TlH-riilloulnjrlalili- iir tlie srrii al aii.l lc
partim- of trnliie at "iVk-lilta.
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Express..:. SSI!1 -M 5:30 1
Ar.rn-iKlit II:IJA.-M. 12 J) I".
All utht-n ilaily except Sunday
r. i.oins a. .-an Ki:xcico.
.Mailtrain friMii-t. lonisnrrii-sat(; p m :
lcai-fur tlic north at fi:0.-.p in ; Mail train
lcav furtlie ca'st at !i..V u in.
" "avicihta X "jlSl KIIS.
Arcuininodatioii li-acH tin I'tiimi depot for
Cln-m-v at lu:4'a. in.; Kreljrlit deinit at at II ml
a in. " Iteturniiij;, leatrs Clicncy at S-Iilp in,
arrhln-at Cnion dvinit at 5 ki niaLiui; connec
tion for Kbiibbs City with tlm rr-tular paBBenpT
1I .V Jlail..::i.i
I'reiKlit. .. r V. ji
K A ilall sew a
.r Kr.-ij.-lit ..
' WANT COLUMN.
ttivrilln-Ments in this tvlmnn yi ht thetmtt fn
mt the t ate of 1'ive 1 tnt per hn jn itttk o
t,ivtrtkrit nt ttlni Jar fit thun 1'mnl
T"AN'I I'll To rent a couple ol pleasant
oltiecH in tin- new IihIMiiii; at TiU douk-
f Ilr r'uripi. In tin liulldl
lir.tyi i:d A Inner for the
slit nnd loca
if land, ncr-inlinir to inslit
tion. Iirthls or any other eoiintr : land well
watcr.d. .-MMJ.V, ill A. U'n.iim
ir.N'll.l A liuer fora f-'-rtimi or land
near Clienej "price -si i-i-raiTi with the
prixlleRe of one or two Mi-tloim more at m;i
-r aiTo; all well u'alcnil and ciioiee htoek ami
larm laiidK SeeM.iiely, Mnn.V Wilhite UMI
ir.WI i:i KiTjlMidvtulnow thatSn'nilj,
V "dun A Wllliite, the relesi and hl.-ep-'
les. real es-tate linn, are in tin ii-hl with Rood
liarj-aiim in all kin-is or pm-nTty ; that tle are
rellulilt nnil want to mi- juii 1 lore jmi sell or
"t XT M Kl-A Kirl ; liheral
wajjes : niUiri-d-l'i-lw
ir.VXTKI To pun-liau 1" or 1.. acren .r
t land near ton n Pli a-e a-ldresM .M s ,
La-rlc olthc, htatin-? location ami price le.-lw
"ir."l i:i-A lrl '"'lo p-ni-ral hoimeuork
linUlre..r . V ISlttiiiK l.i-l-tr
r.N I hli-A Inijer for a holeexlock ramh
T of 7, - acriH A -.'imh! liurain lor tin-
richt man Price, . no -er acre
ii-15-tl II. I' I'l-.iiM' A Co
-II a iiici
To rent a hoiiie with two j-ood
nHiiiisini Fourth avenue, Ijinlish'H ad
dition. lliUireOl .1 C. 1'ltr.t, opl)Hlle KpiBCO-
pul church, on Laurence aw-nuc d-1 l-L
ITAS'ILII l trade a repidi-nce on Law-
reni-eaieiiueror land l.miuireoi Mm-
in.-rle A Adaiiin. .l-1-.-i.-w-i
WrAX'ILK few davlHiardernattlienorJI
?? went comer ol IiuTence aeuui
WIllianiK rtm't, iiMtsite
IT"AN"li:i Inner Tor a apli-ndid stock
rancliol si.iai ain-H, al 4'1 per acre. In
Reno eoiinl), I.iun-as. :! Mreams or riiiiiiin-r
v. ater. ixi acreH ol tlmher. ." iiiIIcm of leiiclnir
. 3.6ir) arrcR are choice land lor lariuin-: An
.i-l-i-tf lit nm 1.1 A Kui-i
AT.wn:i Tti wll oi rthe l.i-8t-pa)iii-:
lonuni-cKesin tin-city. Keaion for cell-In-;
hickncsH in fainil
,1.1.1-li II .Mii.l.l.ii:
1 T TAN'I HI I "In rent a nic
riMini tooneor two irentieiuen withont
hoard : location plcaaut and central Addreib
II T . , thinoliu-e --tl
7"AN"Ti:i Liind-huverH to know that It Ik
to their inti-n-ht'to j-o to (iai-leii Plain
ill lMate AReiict to hin liindi
.i-ri-tr " ' 'rii i ic a Pikt..
rAN'Ii:i Laiid-hujers to know that we
hnc for unli- all ihehe-t lands near ('nr-
dell Plain. TlTlLOIlJC PlKI..
T AVI Kit l.iiiid-liU)crt to know that we
hae mad- arranjr nienlKWlth tlie hoteld
at (Jardeii Plain to keop tlo'in at Ted need rate,
d-i-tf Taii.oi: A Pin:
AS'l'Lli A (-nod iiurM- prl
jeardohl liv J'.ittiiiK ISnw.
rroni II to Hi
at tills ulliee
rNTLI Some oiieto piy tnei on .l.ii
-acri-M of j-nisi land for the uw ol it.
i.7-tf II. K 1'uii M A Co.
"ANT1.H--A tenant for a upli-iidid olllt-e
room over lullerA Son il-l-tr
lT.rANTIJI -lingers for 'i lota mi Lawrence
mid 'lopckn nenuei In lilocku., an-l I,
Oriue.V Philips' nddition I hese are tlie iinest
lots in Wichita for the price -Sinn per lot
;;-tf II I' Inn M A Ci
ir..Nri:i l.nml lmjem to kuo that wo
arepoHtiHliu piicesiuid location of c-.cry
tract of land that 1 lor Kale in iil-;lrkriiiiiity
3-tf II K 1'i.ikmi A Cii
ttr.i NTKH-Mrancers ti
know that we hae
as line a llneol Real Lxtati
iHithiu city i.ud eoiintr. nsan)hod
I'll HUM.!. A SrilllMI
to know tli til
haie the oldi-hl ntid luoM. rellahle n't ol
Ahtrarts hi the
unt "A word to the wine
UHwri.i. A sriniM.
I7 AM I'D tin nuhli
to know thct for Ali-
Mrai-ts. lnsurhni-eor Real IMate
.;n miii to call at
niple hliM-k and tiei-
Cl I'WML.V MKI1M,
1T.VIKI A Iniver rornuartir- ctlon ol
f j'.Kid raw land: for i-ale heap : weil wa-ten-il
; xlttiatcd in Ninnencah
.1. Hn 1,111.1:1-1,
-tf (with. I mice Cauipliell
T AM Kll A pmmI inrltiMlnKMiernl lmusi-
work in a hiuall laiiiil) lminreat re-ideiui-of
Snintiel lliiiuk. !-
T AS'l KIIFannerH and citizens tu know
that the old nlialde and pinm-cr cloth-
in-r lioiiHeof Anlh-J Ik locati-d si'cond ilinir -outh
WIKH To n nt a KM-I oliic- rooiumer
il icuiia -iroeerj u ii i.ui-
r,S"l LI' i:rlKiilj to int the Mar
I'lnlliiiiK IIiiiim and evaimiie (-iMidsand
prin'ri iK'tom ptirchaHiticlM-uhcrc
rANTLH-T'ii sell a -rooil top Inijorx, ide-
h.ir: or will trade lor a ph.iton
R II Km-
tf ANTKIi Man ciiMoniers to Im- iltteil out
1:1 1IUI9I' 'ii'-iniii anil iiooin iirkwn'M
Mlitu Mar Clotidnj; House
tfAyi'Ul-iini acn-sof land In nuc
in t!il-isiiiut, fora lancv stock Inrin
Hi m.i.i. A Ruiis
r ANTKII We want
iner.4iatits to knou
that our insurance coniiianies arc all
dtrii'tly llrst-class. and their polii'it s coit no
inon-Uian those if M-coud-rate ouuiianies.
lit NM.LL A UiH
7".STi:HKi-rlnnlv tu know that Head-
i-iiarters i "-larciotiiiuir iiouw
"rANTl'l A renter for 3iil acres or rrait
lan-l in M-ctlAn ti, Uiwnhip2-. ; west
Also, tenants for-! iriuid hiiwisin cit-d-l
. Wli mi i I.ami A Iaian Co.
J'AM Ll I'lirniflusl room in four or the
t Murks -r iimnt huildiiiK Can jrHc
r count liuildii
Addn-ss Itwk li
I ""AX1 KH A -moil clrl to do freiieral Iidii-h
workiu a laiuily of three; -"nod waces.;
iieriuan jirefernsl Imuln-nt RoIumiii limn
r AM Kl A rahinet-iuaker
ISoss lurniture Iioum-
"AMK1I All the sick and -mffrriiiK to
to know that Mrs lr -ctii and lr.
Kichinoiid an- now curiuj: all niauniruf tlit--
a-es lie ina--:u tic truatiuent 1.--ii
li;eKiirol line r;.riiai.-c hordes, well iiiatth
l, lwop.ll Mii-jle luirr, three imic!, well
hrokc. ,l;. oue iii-u' pliA-tou Will .ell on
liiim with appivusl -eonrit . I.mpurt at ;u
re-ldoiu-e on Water tre t " MlJile In rear o"i
-o.inau'a hink M W .Ikm
IT u aie (.oln-; tolmja Walch, Gun, 1 iilol.
Viixiral in- - v s. trtinient,
Hi mho n ii a flT . I'iu, Iclt
I'.iiltoiiH.k II k niucwalcli
hat ii, -r, KM i inlact, anv
llilui-.lti.-lll Fl-av ou to
iro and mt B l'OST, the
l'awnbrok- er, furifhe
has anjlhln-; you want -.oiicmi t-ae motif)
hiiIn-;or him. Two donrs wt ofTiviuont
Ioue, nrt to Nlislerlaiiiler'ti lan-l otlice, 41
lniolas avenue, Wlrhila, Kain-a 1-tf
HHow the shutters, Kitty. What a wild
iiif-lit, to be MireP - j.
"The rail" is uniin-r down in floods," said a
yoimj; girl, 3crinj; out into the pitcliy dark
ness. A barrack ground (stiff and ugly under the
ino-4, favorable circumstance-), looking like
romo desert waste iu tlio bowling wind and
ilmingriiin, wils just visibla
"Why, Aunt 1WI,"' she continuoil, iausing
with one baud on tlieihutter, liero isnimmo
fccmtclied on tlm jnno of glass. 1 never no
ticed it till thi-i niinute."
"Wiiat i the uauie!" asked the old lady,
indilTereiitly, half aleep in lier cosy arm
chair by tha fin-side.
"K-i-ii-1 o-c-h 'Kiulocli, Scots On-ys,
lblC," ix-ud the girl; -andtIien 'Kitty,' writ
ten veiy badiy just lelow."
Kinlocbl Kittyrsnid Aunt IJell, starting
uj with sudden interest. "Why tlutt must bo
the same man I" Then sho sank back again,
inunnuriiig: "Ah, Kitty! thero was lovo in
thobj days, and romance, tooP
"is theie no lovo nowi" said lier niece, com
ing to ber aunt's wili and kneeling down on
Tho r.idy Haines nnd glow from the fire lit
up the girl's chestnut hair, fair complexion,
aud bright, hnzel eyes.
Aunt Bell looked lovingly down at tho
piquant little faco held up to lier, and said:
"Now nnd again we meet some of the right
kind; bat would you like to bear tho story of
that namesake of yours, Kitty?''
"Well, (Uty years, ago, as you can easily
ii-ckoii, I was a girl of VJ, and was invited to
sjiend th'j summer months with my aunt,
who then had one of tho finest houses in this
cosnty of Kildnrc.
'Several regiment-were stationed at the
cuup and at a neighboring village, so 3-0U
ai-ay imagine the girls of tho party and I
looked forward to having n gay time. Obi
iuc-so few thort summer mouths, Kitty! I
grow young again w lieu I think of thutnl
The ridis across the Cuiragh in the fresh
morning nil, when in pirtiesof ten or twelve
wo would gnlloji for miles en tbovj breezy
stretches of imerald turf, tho handsome
olUcers who enjoyed having liido and seek in
tl101lu.-d.-3' evening hours all over tho old
fssdiiontd hous.-, bt.-irtmg out of the conieni
and from lf!iiiridoi.r.-)niidi-haiiigusbroath-less
down tliy slipjt-ry oaken coridors.
Then, tiiiil, out, we would ttroll into the
ganlen, nnil under tli 1 lives tlu-re would bo
s nigs, iIirt.itioiis, and w hl-i'ie-v 1 conli ienei-j,
mid pn-ini-cs limdu by the score and never
"What a mad, merry time it was! And
the inadiUst, tlie merrnst, tlio linndsoiiu-st of
nil was a J'oung c-tcli lieutenant, Kiuloeii
Kiiilocu. ll:s niothei- was Irish, and h-id b
Uci:thisl hei'goo-l looks and piop'-iisity fur
joking. And now- for Kittj-, the heroine.
Sho was tlie daughter of an old (jf nlener v.lio
liveil about a milo aw.11 from 1113' uuiil'a
house, mi 1 n all tlio distnictiiigl3' pretty
women Unit luivo iii-ide 1111-11 do foolisli
things, I am suiu Kitty was ouu of tho (iix-t-liust.
Xo ilesct iiitir.it could i-omo up to Un
original, but 1 can tell you that she had the
Ii.-di bhieuye; 11 c'lmplexiou liky milk; hair
of Uie brightest au.l silkiest ehetnut, curl
iug 111 bttio ling; al! 01 or brow and nee!.,
nuda sleuler, upiigtit limine, tho emy of
I air 0111 gills. On 1 lay, as a largo ji.il t uf
us vcro standing chattering under the tro s,
ICitty paned us with a basket of fruit.
"ICmlocli for tlio first time noticed tho gill,
iml --ct:itd struck duiiib with ui.i.i2j:iiciit.
lie stool lit 11 little ili-L-HKi- and kejit his
U3is lixoil on lur. It was lovo Yrum that
ver3' moment, and every 0110 noticed iL
"All tie- other 30m-;; fellows, of coiirso,
iiiiiiinli(ilul3' Mvanmsl ioiiii-I tho girl'h Ikis
ket nnd Imgan helping thi-iiiv li.i, with not
so much as a 'lly3-our le.iii.' Kitt3' !-gnn
expo-ilul.iliii, buttliuy putherotf.
"'rfuie, Kitl3', said uu, 'and 3011 would
like us to have the Iwst, I'll bi bound.'
"And another: 'Mahouc, one kiss from tint
chis-kwith ti. bloom of tho -,-u-)i upon it
w ill s-ivo you from these rascallj" thiol e, for
1 will llglit them all for such a favor!'
"But Kitty was i.ol to tie luiUsI, and
Hi-eliioil about to Ii-Slgli her .elf to tlio loss of
lier fiuit, when Kiuloch Miotildirwl his way
into tho gioup, au.l gh iug the last s-eaker a
fiicndly push, crieil, 'I.-avo tho gill nlone,
Urnnt!' And tie 11, turning to Kttti, took
the biiNket out of lior Iiainls, saying, 'It is tou
licnvj for your liltlo arms', mid tlieio will
coma no one stealing your fruit now, I'm
"'I thank you,' said ICitt. grateful!-, and
w.ilkoi along by !ii- side.
" 'Tiiat is tho Iiit time 1 have seen "my
lai ly" allow any one to fetch or curry her,'
said 1113- brother.
" 'There is no gaiii'-aying Kiulocli, Uien, as
I cm tell oil, Hairy 1' 1 l-i led; 'for lie always
geLs his 011 11 wiry- In 11 lint lie 11 ants.'
"INlninally when it has to do with pretty
" 'Ti cison !' w a all shouted in a breatlu
'Kinloch is the umu t- 11 all, to eierybsl3'.'
" 0f cour.se,' said CJraut, recovering his
tniH.r; 'but aie 3-011 not all piotty girlsf
"We liiugbed, an 1 di 1 not deny tlie soft
iiiij 1 nchtnciit; to the niou-.pnt.iry biv.ieh w-.is
lualisl. That was the last time wo notice,!
Kify couutig up to our house with her fruit.
Wo knew notliin uo could have said or
done would have pi evented I:er, but we ucm
n I iiiiuiot.tue about Kinlc-cli, iiiio ever
vinco tiiat little cjasoile liud wandered alout
"Ono da3 we met Kitt3' in one of tlio lams.
and said to lier, Mlon uityuu neier cciuu
our way now i'
" 'l'atlier iifi-n. to take up tho tilings him
self,' the murmured; for which viinfully np
jiaiiiit lib lie instantly forgavo lier.
"Tued.ils iJisscd on, and Kiulocli, wlio
had before liu.11 tlie life of out exinslitioiis,
was now gcnsi'alry al-sent. Wlieie he had
l-ccn wi.soiideiit, for wo often caught a
glim se of chenlnut hair shining through tho
lices, or the old pictun-sijue shawl draped
over Kitty's head and shoulders, with her
iiiuiid, dmipleil nuns npH-aiing just below.
Kinloeh's ix-giineut had Ikiii ordensl aivay
toauotlier part of Ireland; and one morning,
a few i!n3s before he was to go, we K-ggcd
for his company to a picnic wo had arrange!
to h.110 111th 0110 or two other families.
""Tliauks vei3 inucli,' he said; 'but 1 am
a fluid 1 shall 1h too buy.'
" 'Oli, but 3011 must coiner wo all ciied
'We touiited iijkw 3'ou.'
"'Itutl I haie so many things to do to
day.' "Here ho stopped, nnd lilusheiL We girls
wore looking M-iy impnsitiie, ami some of
the men hail a i-erceptiblo sneer on their
"'Ho has got Iiis lntly-lovn to bid good-byo
to, 1 dai-ev-ii ,' suggested l'liilliii (irant.
"Kmloili luni(-l 011 ! 111 witli blazing eyes.
We all kept back. They were like gloU-s of
"'Confound it, sir!' hoi-iied, 'and supj-oso
I have! what is that tiiyouf
"Wo all looked at Philip; he 11 as very
II hite, but lie sliniggisl Ins slnmldei m.lif
feivutly and iim-13 fo:ibore tj answer.
ICudm-h's teni-ii'i' x-o!eil down us rapidly as
It Inul miv'ii.
"'I am M1113 to disapioint 3'ou, gii!s,'lic
lutid, gt ntly, 'but ) oil mil liaie to excuse
me.' And, Imwing, lie walktsl on".
" 'Wo Wtttehwl hii upright, manly Cguiv
striding along till he ilisap-earod, and then
we all looked at cacli and sighed.
"'A clear case,' said one girl.
"'Head over heels.'
"'What will he dor
" 'How can be marry hcrr
" 'Kitty can look alter herself.'
"'Hut I am suiv. she is in lovo; she never
has 1-eeti before.'
" 'Ho will go nuay nnl forget her
Ho gave the bridal irin a liak(.
Said, 'Adieu! for evermore,
And adieu for evenrore.'
"'N'ver! said I; nothing of tlio kind will
happen. 1 run sure ho will marry her.'
"That iveuing Kinloch made lu' way to
the old gardener's cottage. His fac was
pale, but he had a dotei iniiKxl h-ok in the
corners of Ills mouth, and ho carried ins head
well thrown back, nnd stepped lightly- o'on.
The gill lui 1 just set tier father's su,-k-i- lie
fore him, and had gone out to res!, sa the gar
dun and imtcli the still lr-autie- .-if thiiiht.
The air was fre-h, nnd in the hcni.-n-. tae
full moon was hurrying through its star
swingled caur-s. The reeds m a m-ighlmr-iug-tivam
zu-tbul and shivenvl in the lm-v,
anJ n large mght moth or two nuus sailing
up aud bumped againgt Kitty's wait ker
chief 011 tlwir wa3 to the fatal cawll shiniiu;
in the window.
"The girl looked up to Hie sky mid tears
tilled her eyes. Was it thf brightness of th
" 'Why do you wtp, Kitty (' sakl a voice
at her side.
"Xo need to turn to look for the speaker '
Tlie gii 1 buried hr face in lier hands and
" Von are going away," she oiil
" "Yes, I am going away,' said Kinloch;
'but you 11 ill come with ine, Kitty, for j-wt
" 'I love you, but I shall not aee-om jsiuy
" 'liut you must. I have sjtoLett to the old
priesc aud he is ready to marry cs.'
" Kinloch,' sho said looking up into her
lover'ti face 111U1 a sivect, sa-ious smile, 'you
have tuado mo love you, for I coal 1 not help
5t; but 1 cu cannot make mo marry you.'
" 0li, but you will, darling, won't ou,
Kittv? he went on,caserh. 'You know leas
tn-u-ry now. Dccauso 1 came or nge tas esmv
day, and 1 nave much more than my pay
now. Is that what you are thinking off
" 'How could I Uiinfc about thatl AVliy will
3'ou not understand, Kinloch I Your proud
old father, and 3'our silver-haired, stately
mother, how could they bear for ono of their
sons to many an Irish 'teasant girlf ,
"You have nothing to learn from' the high
est lad3- iu the land, my darling,' lio said
foudly; 'and younger sons are not ex-iected
to marry heiresses.'
"l!ut she shook her head risolutely.
" 'And this is how you IighUy lling away a
man's happiness forlifef
" 'A few days pain now to save you years
of regret in the futnre.'
"The young man lookod at tho girl per
plexed. When could sho have learned such
(entimeuts? Where had she gained tho
ttrengUi to express them so freely? Ho then
said slowly aud solemnly, us it taking an
oath: 'lyjok yonder, Kitty 1 That is tho even
ing star. So surely as it will shine hi the
heavens Jive, ten or tw eiit3 3-ears. as surely
will ni3 love remain unchanged for you. Bid
mo conic back when 3'ou nil!, Kitty', and if I
have breath in my lody and strength' to'do
it, I will come.' ' '
"'Como back in ten years, Kinloch. I will
be true to you and wait till then. I will try
and improie myself -make myself more
vprthy of your love.'
"'Keep as you are, Kitty remain un
changed,' Eaid the young man jealously, 'lest
when I como again I shall not see in you tho
last look I took away with me, my life, my
love!' he murmured passionately; and kissing
her sweet brow cud mouth, folding her in ono
last embrace, ho sighed and left her.
"Sho turned to go into tho cottage. A
largo downy moth which had been bumping
against the little window sailed in before her,
circled thrico round the caudle, and flew into
its alluring brightness. Tlio candle flickered
an J went out; tho moth dropped down with
a thud upon tho table, dead. Kitty, with
eyes blinded by-tears and with fchaking hands,
itlit, though somewhat tardily, too light
" 'Kitty, my girl,' said tho old man, point
ing significantly to tho smgod insect, 'don't
bo as toolish as that silly thing. IU eyes
wero dazzled, and it had uo strength to resist
tho fatal fascinatioiL'
" 'Father, said the girl, stooping down ani
kissing iiis gray locks, 'you may trust me.' '
Here Aunt Hell stop-n-d.
"Is it intciesting' Shall I go onp
"Oh, do! Did ho como backf said hei
"Well, the years passed on, and the girl
iiai joked and toasod, and hail many offenf
of mairiage; but she was linn anil would
listen to none. At lust tlie young fellows
grew- weary of their fruitless attempts at
love-making and the gic.itu- part left lior
nlone. A few, mom unkind, would ask
when sho expected her young gentleman
home, and tauLted her iu tutting s-wechen
"Niuoyears went by, and then thero came
the buttle of Waterloo, when ollicers and
mull went down iu hundreds together. StilJ
no word fiom Kinloch, and Kitty'n heart,
which had never failed iu its lightness,
nor ber step iu its speed, now sank and fal
teted for the first time. Haily in tho next
ye.11 iu fact 011 New Year's i.ight tho olli
cers gave a ball, and every young girl and
young man tor miles around wns invited.
Ijirls iiero 111 gi eat demand mull went down
to my aunt's liousu e-eeially for tiiat night.
1 was anxious to sco Kitty myself and to find
out how tlio years had pissed over her head.
"You think, pcrha-is, 'X was rather old to
be callisl a gill lo you Kitty Well, I
tilt utmost the same as 1 did when I was ll,
and "-into its ready to enjoy a d.i-.ic-e or flirta
tion, 1 can nsiKiio you. Kntn Daly that
was lur name went to help the laJiesun
shaul Uieiiiclvos and to Iw ready with nci-dlo
and thiend when an unhappy il.-iin-.el with
toruskirtor lloiiucu should 11-tpiiru herus
sistance. "She was then i!S, and tho young girlish
la-auty had developisl into the most lovely of
women. Only when her face was at rest,
mill you caught tlio suspicion of an anxious
iKart ujioii it, would you have guessed her
age. Sim woro 11 pale tea-roso tinted gown,
with rullles of lace of her on 11 making at iho
neck and sleeves. It was a wild and stormy
night without, just such a one as this. Ir.it it
only s-Tiid to enhance tho brightness and
animation of the scene witli'iL Tho dancing
of tho high-heeled shoes and tho silvery
laughter rose IiigLer than tlio wall of tho
wind, nnd tho tinkling wine-cii- drowned
all Round of rain.
"Suddenly there was a lull; we stopjH-il iu
our dances; a chill blast seemed to have en
ti-rod tlie room; wo tumed and saw a silent,
daik figure standing in the doorwny. He
was tall and handsome, but his largo black
cloak, carefully slung ovu his shoulder, uai
dnppping with the lain and making largo
poo!s on tlio floor. His leg, booted am!
spurred, neio mud up to the hiiis. Just at
tl.i.t moment the clack stniik 12, and the
year 1M0 was brokiu. Some of tlie more ex
citable gii Is 'creamed and ran ln'hin 1 their
partiu'i's. Was it an apparition? Was it
mi ill omen for the coming year!
" 'I ivvm to frighten 3'ou, good peop'e.
Does nobody know mci'
"Kitty at that moment was bringing n a
jug of iced cliret at auother door. Sho hoard
tho oico and turned round, trembling, with
a wild cry, 'Kinloch, Kinloch, I knew
you would como back!' mil amid a crash
of bieak.ng glass for sho let tlio vessel slip
from her hands sho bounded to his side, and
then disappeared in tlio folds of his great
'How splendid, Aunt Itelll" said her niece,
drawing a deep In eatli; "but if sho married
hiuiUienldo not see why sho should not,
have done s ) before."
"Ah, but sho iin .1 11 isj gii I, little one; sho
knew it W01.M test his constancy and provo
if he iially luvod her. A young nun's lovo
n( 21 (as she knew very well), would not he
hit choice nt 81."
"What became of them, auutr
"Oh, they nmiiicd, and traveled nt-outn
good deal, and finally both died out iu India
within a few months of each other. There
whs ono sou, nnd I l-cliove ho is iu tho nnny
also. Come, Kitty, 1 shall go to bed, and not
wait up any longer for your father."
"There N a new- lieutenant coming iu Mr.
lVi-iy's place," said her niece as she ludo her
"The young men aro not what they Used to
be," sighed tho old lidy. "Sonio litUo whiii-
lier-Miappxr, I'll bo 1-ound, with feet that
would go in 3'our slipjiers. Good night,
Kitt3-11 cut flow 13 dow nstairs nnd pondensl
01 ir iu her mind the stor3" of tho beautiful
Knto Daly nnd tho faithful Kinloch. She
went tn the window and undid tho shutter.
She pictured to lterself tho young man com
ing to tlio window and scratching his nair.o
011 tlio g!'is, and then taking the girl's hand
in Ins oivn, slowly guiJiiig it just below.
She leant iu tho deep shadow of tho win
dow -seat and strove to realize each sceno in
tho little draiiia. There, under tluit very
door, stoixl U10 black-rolic 1 figure they liad
all shrank away from in tho midst of their
mirth. What? Was she dnnnilngf What
stood there at that very moment'
A figure ilaikir than tha gloom of tho
nom. Tho rnln poured iu floods outside, and
tlio wind whistles! and moaned round the
corners of the house. Tho figure camo a lit
tle further into tho room. Sho siw, liy tho
uiist3 liglit, he was a tall man, with n dark
cloak over hishhonl lere, booted and spun-e-1,
w ith mud up to his hips.
She felt ns if tho whole scene was to be
played again 1-efore her very eyes; but she
looked iu vain for the pretty girls nnd ladies
in their pulled sleeve-, aud short waists, their
flowing curls nnd high-heeled slioei. Kitty,
where was slid And hero she blushed to her-s-lf
in the daiuc-.
There 11 as a Kitty, but not the one,
Tlie man camo up to the window, evi
dently thinking no ono w as iu the room.
Tlio girl shrank Kick: as the tret cloak
bra-hod against her cheek. "Kinloch:" sho
said, half doubting ninth- tho llguro would
nnswrr, for she could hardly tell yet if she
was dreaming or no.
"Who spoke my name!" he called out,
startled and looking round.
-1 did," said Kitty, feeling very aloshed,
almost at las elbow.
He glanced down, drawing away his cloak.
"I am sure 1 leg your jianlon. I thought
the room w as empty. I nmt have come into
the wrong quarters; arriving so late I must
have mistaken the block. I hope you will
forgive such an intrn-ionP
Kitty's grand casUes in ths air all fell to
the ground w ith a cra-h. How coinmon
placel He was onty- tho new lieutenant, after
all; but he did uot look tho w hipper-snapper
her aunt had prophesied.
"Then you nre not KiulochT she said, in a
"AI3- name is Kinloch," he answered, with,
a pleasant smile.
"Ajy aunt was telling mo about this Kin
loch." And Kitty tapped the frame with her
finger. "I will tell you the rtoiy sosie day,
if you like; but you came into the room just
as sho said your name-sake did, dressed in the
fame nay ami everything. But, there 1 I sup
pose you are not even a relation."
do was my father," said the young man,
quietly. "So no wonder we are soniething
It ii-as now his turn to say, in a disap
pointed lone: "Cut your name u not Kitty, 1
"Yes, it js," said Kitty, eagerly. Tbea she
stopped; a sudden rosy flush rushed over her
facet "At least, bo it is"
But she could not deny it, for it was Kitty.
"These are our namesakes; shall we write
onr names belorf thero, Kitty P
"Some day, rgrhap"
N. F. NlaERLAlTpER,
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Corner Douglas and
THE MOST RELIABLE ABSTRACTS IN THE COUNTY.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected,
h w li-'j:i-l(i west, Klnpinan count-,
JO acres broke, $PJW).
l.Wi iv 1-2 of 11- I-2U-2--ri iv, Kingman coun
ty, :i acres broke, Mi.
I.V'-'I. ('uarterfi miles eortoun, -s-iam.
I.'ol. giiarter2 1-2 miles se of Clieney. $2r!oii
ir.srj 1-2. t'uartcr sec Hi inili-n 11 w of 'h liita,
on Arkansas rin-r, i?.'ivi, SS-am cash, halame
on time at 7 per cent
lii. 1MI a on Miinescali riler, .'.miles below
Clienev, 20 a in cultiiation. Si'iO'i.
l.)." lil a 7 miles south onioddanl, Mli
l.Vd (uarterisec ' miles castor toiwi. biT-iiil
I.Vti. 1MI a si miles b e or Wichita, SI.VD, 1-S
HVII (." 3 adjoining (.iarden Plain, Sl.toO.
1TO l(naliiwi;4-2-" east, liatler county,
i'.iu cultiiation, sl-sui
Il?l7 MO a 12 miles e e or Wichita, good up
land, 81.'i per acre.
Ki22 ijiiam-r 1 miles 11 woi liarueii l-iam,
1ml a S miles u ir of tlardeii Plain,
s()a." miles Iroiu (iarden Plain, SOI
11 e l-l:i"i-2il iv, 7 miles n w or Uaitleii
11 e l-l IOI-1 iv, all raw, SlloO.
'.ifiiainiie nart of Comanclie county.
plenty of water, a rplendid cattle range, ii ier
l.'.js pai a h, Kingman county,
of Cheney, .Via in cultiiation, one
; miles West
Willi cellar, sum.
I.'i."i llrda tl mile-i s w'or Wichita, small house,
sua miller cultiintioii, good orchard" of apple
ami peach, iiIit-troie, -"2.1).
I V.I HVia 1-2 mile rrom Cheney, 1'lain eul
I.Vti .'III a 7 miles w of town on Cow skin
cn-i-k, Isii a mnler cultivation, In a or timber,
house or. rooms, -jranary, stable and other
huilihiigs, all heil-reil and cross hedged, spli 11
ilnl orcharils and groxes 'I his is a ht-aiitil'ul
idacc, 10 per acre
liSI. Mills miles B or tonii, near llaysiille
post-oltlee, 110 a in cultivation, kooiI'I 1-2 story
house with addition, ham 'X'M with loll, corn
crib, smoke house, .ti- , 1T a pasture, good
lii-aring orchards, s,Vi per acre
l.Vli W a I mile 11 e or tow 11 on Clii'holni
creek, 12i acres iu cultiiation, I story house,
granary and crib, 1'cilj-cd in on two sides, some
bearing rruit, a splendid place Tor stock -JlU.nim
l.VM. 210 a I miles 11 w or Coddard, 1111 a in
ultiiatiiiu, I 1 2 Ktory house or 7 rooiiiK, Ice
house, store building, pnst-oflicc on place, good
ieiu-es, liiing water, some rruit, iji and
terms to suit
l.'l'l. lima I niilessw ortiiHlilard, I 1-2 .story
houseor it rooms and giMul cellar, stable lor ii
horses, cow stable Tor ft head, granary, cribs Ac
good hcdi-os, ' at a pasture, wired, .Mia in niltl
lation, filing water, oidianl, .Ve , -sliMl, easy
1IU a I miles 11 or Cheney, 110 a in
tiiation. small liouse, stable ami granary
Hiiriuir or watir. uoo-l orchards. SIW. 1-2
1.141 IM a I riiilei-t of Client--, liu a ill culti
iation, filing water, borne fruit, sjj-Jon
l.Ti IsaaS inili-s se or Cheney, 2 good hous
es and bams, cribs, sheds and otlii r buildings,
hearing rruit, filing water, Kill a pasture i-n-closeil
with wire, $i2,inki
l.'ili;. 10) a (; miles b wol (Imldard, !n a in cul
tiiation, small liouse, waUred hy clear crt-ek,
1.-.17 H'l a 1 1-2 mile s 1- Cardeii Plain, 121) a In
cultiiation, 1 -2 story hoiiBt- or I rooms ami
good walled cellar, stable and granary, on
Clear ens-k, -JiVm.
l.Vid. (K) a .1 miles 11 orCht ney, 70 In cultiva
tion, liouse, some Iruit, watertsl hy Spring
.-reek, 2ii ler acre.
l.Vd. lCia2 1-2 milt-SB of (.'arden Plain, 11.1 a
In cnltiiation. gooil house, ham, granary, Ac ,
all fenced with wire and lnslge, I a or Hue bud
ded fruit, s-'JimO.
lo.1:. li'xla 2 miles Ironi Garden Plain, all
smooth land, 12D a in cultiiation, liouse and
filing water, $!:r)
13.11 liviain I'.utler county, .1 miles from Au
gusta, 2-1 a or timber, 12J in cultiiation, good
house, granary and stable, plenty of fruit, liv
ing watir, S.ViM).
l.V;. 41 1-2 a on Little riler, I mile 11 of town,
1 1-2 story hotiM', .1 rooms, gmid ham, corn cribs
and granary, good orchards and small fruits,
I.V17 l-sla in I;utli-rcouut,2 1-2 miles e of
Ainloicr, 22ilain cultiiation, 1 1-2 story hou-e,
.1 rooms and cellar, all hedged and ernes hislge-t-il
and wired, 4-si apple, iHo peach, pear, cher
ries Ac , all bearing, a llnely lmproied plan,
1.V.1 iv 1-1 :"i)-2-S east. Itutler county. 1 1-2
story liouse, Nl a la cultivation, SiHi)
.iii.i iiiii a .. 1-2 nines w 01 1 auev lyi-iiu-r. 1 1-2
story house, 5 rooms and cellar, granary and
otherimproicniciits, watered by I-ittb- rinr,
Sin Jier acre
l.ltil Ii'ift a.liniles 11 of IVichlta, houst with 2
rooms, small ham, 1 PI a in wire pasture, good
orcharils of apple and peach, 2.1 per acre
1.1n. IiM a 7 inlles w or town, near Cowskin
creek, lr-fi til cultiiation . 1 1-2 story house, lilt
rooms and cellar, stable, granary, cribs and
sheds, larious kinds or fruits, all hctli-vtl and
cross hcdgis, tfit.-Joil
I I H'ia.-t miles n e or Derby, on spring
creek, 20 a timber, ll'i a In cultiiation, I 1-2
story hoiise'JKlfl, stable, granary, sheds, an,l
cribs, hedged ami cross hedged, plenty or rruit,
I.V-2. liWa I miles 11 of (,anleii Plain, M a In
cultiiation, 1 I-2story house of sriMiiiiB.Htable.
good orchard of apple, Js-ach and cherry,
l.'.st. p-iaSiullesBeortown.S-i a in caltiia
tion, irfia renctsl, young orchard, watered by
(;psumcre.-k. S.i0, slu) casli, balance on
time at 7 ierceiit
15-4 luartersec I miles 11 of tiardeu l'iain,
house with :i riNiius and small barn, I.) a in pas
l.Vsl Im a 2 inlles w or town, good frame
building, lima in cultiiation, jouiig onlianl,
lean. HWaoinilcs 11 wof Withita, m a iu cul
tiiation, rest enclostsl inpastnre, g(sl house
and stable, l.
Hi21 lia .'miles 11 wof town, all iindercul
tliation, 1 1-2 story house or I rooms, stable,
onlianl and shade trees, S-"i.
Pin 101 a !i milcn s wof .Wichita, lot a in
cultivation, house with I rooms, stable, cribs
Ac . s,Mn.
li2l lia s miles w or Wichita, til a in cul
tiiation. house and -table. l.vi.
lttj.1 i;ioa2I-2iiilles 11 or llanlen Plain. 7
a in cultiiation. 2 bouses an-1 2 stahb-s. liiliif
Come and See My List of City Property.
I Have Cheap LotsSand Expensive Lots.
I Have Small Cottages & Elegant Homes. - .
I fan Show You a ttoo'l M or lU-Hting Proprrly Paying a Finr
lu(trr( ou Ilit Im rslnrHl.
gi?" Money will earn money if-properly inveatd.
buy ia "when prices are advancing.
I Can Place Your Insurance "in Reliabls XompasiesfX
5? I'httrc ihtUt njlh Jhr Lames from gm-el tena'-i.ftml cannot H)Jy
than. IJ jfttn hure ti htHr to rc',"7' irinll Ulc to ,ire it.
N. F. Niederlahder,
" ' ; '
Corner of Emporia and Douglas Avenues.
No. ls.1. Ten lots on Market street and Law
rence avenue; some fruit and shade good shade.
l-fl. tlooil business property on Water street ;
a choice location for a grain dialer. Call for
lull ilc-cription, price, etc,
Isj one acre lot on first street ; small house
of 3 or I rooms, two iorchefl, young trees.
1?J. flood brick house on Lawrence aienue;
large corner lot, fine fruit ami shade, a com
plete home. 4,.Vio.
lii. Acre lots on Central and Sandon Btree ts ;
extra inducements to parties intending to build.
$12.1 to S175 eccli.
lilt. Suburban jilnce south, four lots, house of
0 rooms, cellar, presses and both room. 2,i.i.
11)1. Tn o choice lots on Douglas avenne, east
l'J2. Cottage of 3 rooms on Market Btreet ;
small stable, corner lot, good neighborhood.
l'.W. Ituslness property on Donglas aienue
running back to Williams street ; cottage on
rear. i,lki, cash and time; will pay agood
interest on the Investment.
137. A large down-town residence ; corner lot
Inoilln feet, frame house or 12 room, cellar,
cistern, stone walks, shade and fruit trees ; not
many such places in the market. $7, ono
Xo. 172, One-story frame house, four rooms
and pantry, on Motiley aienue. Lot lus1.1u feet,
east front, comer alley, line Iruit and shade
Sit. 171, Hue tn o-story frame resilience of
eight rooms, on Kinjioria avuine, cellar full
sieof house, conn-riot 121IWreet, good fruit,
line neighborhood; a special bargain at S'UiOO
No 170, O-ttage of four rooms on Waco
street, lot 521 12 feet, good fence, peach, )H-ar,
plum, cherry and fine shade trees lrice llon,
011 good terms.
No 1117, bmall liouse, three rooms, tin Cen
tral avenue; good stable, picket renc fruit
ano suaile trees, ilioite location. I'nce -llti',
half cash, balance good time
Ko. Ills, Kile or six cottages ill Kast Wichita,
under rent at 20 JH-r cent, on the price asked for
them Houses new ami in gooil order; a choice
Xo lut, liouse with three tooiiis, on First
street, cellar, hedge fence, fruit and shade
trees, one acre of ground, $I.Vm
Xo fill, House, siv rooms, on Cs ntral aie
nue, corner lot, tilx I to leet Itam and carriage
house, apple, peach, plum, cherry and shade
Xo 1"-;, Three cottages on Kmporia aienue,
Knglish addition, all rented at good llgures, a
Xo. 151, frame residence, siv;roonisim 1o
peka aienue, ham, Iruit and shade trees, lot
Xo 127, liouse seien rooms tin Lawrence ai
enue, south; barn lor lour horses, buggy shed
chicken house, water in house, tine fruit and
shade trees, a beautiful home, $2V
Xo. 117, Klegatit residence on 'Ioicka ave
nue, eleven rooms, nine presses, bam, crib and
ontlitlllilinirs brnflil w-ilka i,l'-L.-t ft nee llm-
inul ami snaue irees, .i0O0
Xo VI Valuable business iroH-rtv on Doug
las aienue, llrst-class location. Call lor price
Xo. '.in. Fine business proi-erty on Douglas
avenue; old building, hut very- cheap at 4MM
X'o s One ami a hairstory rraiue resi.leute
on .Market street, siv rooms, in good repair,
coal house, shade and fruit trees, ul.KW
Xo. si. Ore-story frame on Washington
street, large lot, 87,'iO.
Xo. til ltusiness nroprrtv 011 Douglas aveiiiie.
Grin's addition. Frame building, rents well,
2Xo ill One lot on Main street, well located,
one-story frame building, $17.71.
Xo !Ci. Itusim-ss proju-rty on Main 'street,
under rent. $2.7),
X'o 37. Two-story brick building 011 Main
street, centrally located, all rented, Kijnn.
Xo. 1st. An elegant residence iu the north
east part or the city Large grounds, line fruit
and shade trees, modern house In jierrect or
der; a rare chance to the right party
Xo. 17.s. A nice cottage on corner lot. near
center or business, new house, 820UU
Xo. 101. Cotta-te of Ave rooms on 3Iead ai---nne,
plenty of fruit, over onu acre of land.
Xo 173. A beautiful home on Law relict- ave
nue; lot !JH0 feet, one and a half story frame
house of seven rooms In -rfect order, good cel
lar, well and large cistern Itarn and all neres
sary outbuildings Fine gra-e arbor and other
fruits; shade In front, price Sl-M), part cash,
balance on good time
Xo. 1.12 Two houses on Wichita street, live
rooms each, cemented cellar, paiflry and clos
et in each house, nice shade trts, lot .111x171
reet, S1.7H) each
Xo Hi!. Miiall house, three rooms ami cel
lar, rents for 8I2..7). Price fc-uo, on Lawrtuc
avenue Xo. Ill llouseor three rooms, on Ith aie
nue, rents for (l, price S7li
Xo. I3S. One-story frame Iioum-on Km-orin
avenue, gml cellar, barn, water from water
works, near horse car, line neigliborleHl,
S2i), cash and time
Xo. Iti. One-story frame residence on I jivv
rence avenue, siv rooms, "cellar, coal house,
carriage house, hennery, lot well fenced, "Mi 140
feet. Fine lariety of Iruit and shade trees, iu-nt
locality in the city I'nce ".7l.
Xo .1 Four lots on Cbishnlm stnt, fii
Xo II "Two lots on F.m-mria aienue, Kng
lish'i .1th addition. SSoo.
Xo. 23 Two choice lots on Donglas aienue,
fine business proi-ertv. Call and get the llgures
Xo 21. MX lots in lakeside addition, cheap
Xo 4-i Five good lots on Court street, Sl.v)
to $ Jim eacli
X'o. .12. Two lots on Wichita stntt, i.7M
X'o (TJ Six lots on Douglas aienue. -
Xo. 7.1 Anlceplatof gronnd for f-nb-dliid-ingon
I jiwrence and Tojieka avenues, can be
sold at a bargain
No 7ii business lot on Main street, 4 lot")
Xo Large lot on Market street, chesp at
n'o "7 A largelot forsnb-divliling, mi Cen
I haie tlie exclusive salt-of lots in flrme and
I'lnlllj-s addition, south (T the city. 1 his is the
highest plat or ground around the city, and
pnees are within the reach of all, KM lots al
ready sold, and houses are springingup all over
the addition Call early and make a selection.
Tlie late improvements in West Wichita, In
cluding the new passenger depot, haie hronslit
us an uiiiiretislentcil ilemand for lots in that lo
cality It Is the nearest lacant projH-rty to the
business center of Wichita, and the'rels no
doubt of Its rapid growth and a good advanc-w-n
Jhaie the sole agl ney for lots In Mi-lens' ad
dition These lots are centrally located, and
re hating n-ady sale.
The time to
JOHN V. MOFFETT,
Kansas Furniture House
Dealers in all kinds of Furniture
(grCoinc anil psamiue our pood-i anil iiricea licr.rcpnrchaiin''elo
whero, and be convinced tiiat ivo mean business.
This is Simply to Remind you that at
Lawrence's Drug Store
YOU CAN ALWAYS PROCURE
PURK DRUfiS ANT) 3IEDICIXES. PAINTS. OILS AND WINDOW
(JLASS, ARTIST'S MATERIALS AND TOILET ARTICLES.
Pure Wines and Liquors which will be sold
in strict accordance with law.
88 Douglas Avenue, -
I am still in Die rinj;. Conn ami .(. iih at tlie olil .staml.i-oriior of Market
nnil 1)oiii,'I:h avenuit
M. M. FECHHEIMER.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
MAIN STREET, WTCHITA,
OOOIIS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY,
OITIT CAERI A Q-E SHOP.
BLOSS (i MELVIN,
Fine Carriages, Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Repairing?, Shooing and Plow Work Promptly Attended To.
uu".li Main rttrt-i-t, lirxt tit Cikiimt's Mulile.
(,SiiTe-iTi to Wil-on & Toiii,)
O ST- LOT7IS, UCXaSOTTttX,
LoaiiMoneyJ on Improved Lauds on Long
or Short Time.
Money ac Sight, Commission Very Low.
W lisivu connected
Iu ili'tail linj , Sill t E'cli!iii",'e V'i"tcni iiroiicrtj- for Eastrrn, and vice verpa
,' - - . C.'tll on or address
M. L. GARVER.
Manager of l!i' Wichita Ilraucli, WICHITA, KANSAo
OlliciocrT. II. Lynch'-utoru, Donlns nvcniie.
X, -Vb'.-tt-Y JT LIVE -A.ISTDD LET LIVE PRICES
- -ji-ri ; J -. .-----"---iw-'-tIS2?-jEv Jj.SSm??
Uii"!iri, I'liatuii), ( arrla-rt-n ami S,rin-
I In Kinif.t ami Clit-ai-st In tin- Marl.it
NO. 513, DOUGLAS
for Whitehall Stoneware. Carloads at
Largest Stock and Lowest Prices.
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w;e. jett & Co.
He P. HARTZELL.
- - Wichita, Kansas.
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AVENUE NO. 513.
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Handles a Complete Line of
Clothing, Hats, Caps and Fui-nishing Goods
Frank f. Weir. Fritz Snitzler's Old Start.
J. M. ALLEN & CO.
Goods at Kansas Citv Prices.
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A FULL LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES.
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COEFEES, TE A.S
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Largest AcscrtncRt cf Fine Dnsa Jraits Ir. tho City.
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THE LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES,
Furniture, Carpels, Oil Cloths, Mattresses.
WISLOW CSA2333. SHADS ?IZTUIS,
Lambrequin Poles, Cornices, Mouldings. Mirrors, Cbildrcns'
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MAIN bTKKET, WICHITA, KA.VriAS.
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